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    EHDC secures a £1.6m boost for business premises and jobs

    Monday 6th July 2015

    A further £1.6m will be invested into building vital new business premises in East Hampshire through the Invest for Growth Initiative.

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    Motoring course puts young drivers in pole position

    Monday 6th July 2015

    Budding Lewis Hamiltons will have to step on the gas if they want to take part in a special motorsport challenge this month.

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    Councillors support concept of Hampshire combined authority

    Friday 3rd July 2015

    Councillors have agreed to support the concept of a combined authority across Hampshire which would see 15 councils across the area joining forces to take local control over some services that would be devolved from central government like transport, skills and infrastructure.

    New bus service launched in East Hampshire

    Thursday 2nd July 2015

    From Saturday 4 July together with the South Downs National Park and the East Hampshire Community Rail Partnership, Go South Coast will be launching the South Downs Rambler bus service.


    How EHDC enforces the law – Community Forum, Horndean

    Thursday 2nd July 2015

    What happens if a developer doesn’t stick to the plan? How can you keep a noisy neighbour quiet? Why should litter louts be on the look-out?


    Dame Jacqueline Wilson visits Treloar’s

    Thursday 2nd July 2015

    English writer Dame Jacqueline Wilson visited Treloar’s today as the finale of the annual Six Book Challenge

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    Improving Whitehill & Bordon’s leisure opportunities

    Wednesday 1st July 2015

    Get involved in discussions about what there is to do in Whitehill & Bordon at the moment – and what facilities and activities could be provided in the future.

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    Surprise and disappointment at Four Marks planning decision

    Wednesday 1st July 2015

    EHDC planners have expressed their ‘surprise and disappointment’ after losing an appeal to build 75 homes in Four Marks and Medstead.


    Issues facing farmers discussed on councillor visit

    Tuesday 30th June 2015

    Councillors heard about some of the big issues facing agriculture as part of a trip to the farm last week.

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    Waistcoats, corsets and crinolines: 19th century fashion

    Monday 29th June 2015

    On Thursday 16th July Petersfield Museum Curator, Dr Kathrin Pieren, will be leading a talk about 19th Century Fashion

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